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 Is the Restaurant Industry ready for a non-tipping menu?

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mobilechef

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Is the Restaurant Industry ready for a non-tipping menu? Tue, 12/4/12 5:43 AM (permalink)
Is the Restaurant Industry ready for a non-tipping menu?
It seems like a simple solution to today's service problem.
After all we don't tip the nurse, receptionist or secretary.
It's included in the total bill of services rendered.
Some Private Clubs have already switched to a no-tipping policy.
It would go down better than a "service charge or gratuity" added to the bill.
That only indicates you are paying for execellent service whether received or not.
It seems if the Restaurant,Hotel or Club just raised the Menu price 15-20% "PROBLEM SOLVED."




 



 
<message edited by mobilechef on Tue, 12/4/12 5:45 AM>
 
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